The End of an Era.

The beloved Samuel French Theatre Bookshop closed its doors forever on the 12th of April, after a continuous presence here in London since 1830.  More Info single party ingolstadt tchat rencontre ado belgique online dating safety tips okcupid site here view cannot enter matchmaking status locked heroes of the storm http://sebastiancorreal.com/?molekyla=vogue-forum-online-dating&63d=fc hombres solteros alemanes single barrel stromberg carburetor 46 Beacon was officially published by French on the 10th of April, our West End opening night.  I thought I had until the end of the month to see my script on display there, but I was wrong.  However, I urgently needed some copies of the play and they said I could come by and pick them up.  Just knock on the window and they’d hand them to me.   Which I did and they did, but I begged a favor:  Could they possibly set up a display of my script in the bookshop window? They were more than happy to accommodate this “bucket list” request, and I’m proud to now be a footnote in the history of this legendary, world-famous theatrical bookstore. So here it is, the last play displayed in Samuel French’s Theatre Bookshop window:  46 Beacon by Bill Rosenfield.